Gaming Laptop - Dell Inspiron 15 7000 Gaming Laptop, Intel Core i7, 16GB RAM, 1TB HDD + 128GB SSD, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050Ti, 15.6" Full HD, Red £999 @ John Lewis
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Gaming Laptop - Dell Inspiron 15 7000 Gaming Laptop, Intel Core i7, 16GB RAM, 1TB HDD + 128GB SSD, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050Ti, 15.6" Full HD, Red £999 @ John Lewis

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Found 3rd Oct
Found this and seems good spec. High ram, 16gb, good 7700hq, does well on cpu benchmark.

Not sure if this is the best option for me and would like to know if everyone else has any recommendations.+


Product informationEnjoy gaming on the go with Dell's Inspiron 15 laptop. Specially built with a dedicated NVIDIA® GeForce® graphics card to deliver life-like visuals and a powerful 7th-Generation Quad-Core Intel® Core™ i7 processor to ensure you can be lightning fast when the pressure is on.

Speedy process
Intel’s 7th-generation i7 processor, codename Kaby Lake, is designed to make your laptop faster and more efficient. Overall productivity will show improvement for flawless multi-tasking and playback of 4K Ultra-HD video will occur without delay or interruption.

Graphics for gaming
NVIDIA's GeForce® GTX 1050Ti with dedicated 4GB of memory will work to bring any game to life. It’s designed with NVIDIA’s Game Ready technology, which ensures every title, new or old, is displayed in its full glory. The GTX 10-series offers excellent power efficiency to optimise your extended gaming sessions. It features a range of impressive technologies like GameWorks technologies for fluid, life-like graphics and GeForce Experience for quick gaming optimisation. GTX 10-Series provides up to 3x the performance of previous-generation, including VR, ultra-high-resolution, and multiple monitors.

Keeping it cool
Dell have added a revolutionary cooling system at the rear of the Inspiron 15 to ensure it does not overheat during extensive gaming sessions. Within the large vents there are oversized cooling fans to rapidly extract the heat from the core of the machine without creating excessive noise.

Fast and responsive
With a 1TB hard drive and a 128GB solid state drive, the Inspiron 15 will quickly respond to all your taps and clicks. It provides a reliable and vast storage facility and will help to facilitate fast load times.

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21 Comments

For 1k I want a 1060 and better parts than inspiron... rgb keys also

I see no mention of IPS, so this probably has one of the poor TN displays that everyone moans about on the 7000s?

SavageDonkey16 m ago

For 1k I want a 1060 and better parts than inspiron... rgb keys also



Where can I get that spec for £999 - thanks

Original Poster

callofdute12 m ago

https://www.scan.co.uk/products/156-asus-rog-gl502vm-fy173t-core-i5-7300hq-3gb-gtx-1060-12gb-ddr4-ram-256gb-ssd-dvdrw-windows-10


this is on preorder. i am looking all over for a good price and build quality.

XPS15 has bad reviews
MSI amazon.co.uk/MSI…L4U

Op you want the inspirion 7577, dell upgraded the tn panel and added a thunderbolt 3 port. I got one off dells own site for £950.

The Scan laptop has an i5 and only 256SSD (No other hard disk)

Ths MSI has 1050 (not even the ti version)

SavageDonkey implied he could get better for the money - unless its just a wish in which case I want a 1080 with 500GB ssd & 4TB hard disk, IPS Screen and 32GB Memory for sub £1000

dell.com/en-…702

This is the refresh model, has a few new tricks up its sleeve but it solves the main gripe of the old model. It has an ips panel.
Edited by: "rabaz786" 3rd Oct

Original Poster

Just found a refurb on dell price £960
  • Inspiron 15 - 7567
  • Processor: Intel® Core™ i7-7700HQ (Quad Core,up to 3.8GHz, 6MB Cache, 45W)
  • Windows 10 Home (64bit)
  • 16GB (1x16GB) 2400MHz SDRAM DDR4 Non-ECC
  • 512GB M.2 PCIe Class 40 Solid State Drive
  • NVIDIA GTX 1050 4GB
  • Software
  • Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 3165 802.11ac, 1x1, 2.4 & 5GHz + Bluetooth 4.2
  • LCD Back Cover for Non-Touch UHD Screen -Black
  • Power Cord : 250V
  • Battery : Primary 6-cell 74W/HR(Integrated)
  • 15.6 inch UHD (3840 x 2160) IPS Anti-Glare LED-Backlit Display
  • Internal Qwerty Backlit Keyboard
Edited by: "coopus" 3rd Oct

Anybody with this model already? Suffering from what you think are broken hinges? Being told it's accidental damage and you dropped it?
Save yourself time, effort and stress by removing the large bottom cover (there was no warranty seal on mine) and one at a time remove a screw, apply Loctite threadlock and refasten. If you have acted quickly enough all the screws will still be inside the case hopefully not having slipped out of a crack in the case or shorting on internal components.
Given the number of people contacting me with the same issues it's a design or assembly problem and Dell customer service will refuse to fix under warranty.
If you are getting screen flicker issues when you fully open the lid you could always reset the LCD screen cable near the centre of the motherboard whilst you have the cover off. That cured my other issues with having the screen open more than 80 degrees.

dc1001 h, 23 m ago

Where can I get that spec for £999 - thanks


That's kind of the point of this website though isn't it? To make people aware of flash sales and the like, rather than "standard" sale prices. 1k for a 1060 laptop would be a good deal price.


very.co.uk/asu…prd


If you took this for example, add in the £100 back credit, plus the 20% off for first credit order, you get £1040. So it would only be slightly better than a fairly normal sale/incentive price.

So I will add my opinion/thoughts as I own the £1100 version (256gb ssd). I love it!

I have it in Black and Red Dell logo. It’s fast and plays even the most taxing games (Ark survival Evolved pre release - why I bought it) and editing.

Thin for specs, light weight, looks amazing and quiet (bit more nosey when gaming but not much and doesn’t bother me), it’s a beast (I can upgrade easily the ram to 32gb’s if I wish and will in future). Think it’s a TN panel but again I’ve no complaints. Very good battery. Fingerprint magnet but easily wiped.

I also bought mine from JL a few months ago (don’t pay in cash as you can’t pickup next day as I found out after I paid in cash) delivery only few days tho. Really pleased with it.

Didn’t buy from Dell (directly) as they were rubbish and I am sure you get a better guarantee (FREE) with JL (2 or 3yrs I think it was 2yrs). I know any probs I will take back and tell them to sort out or replace.

I read all the reviews EVERYWHERE and all they complained about was TN panel but as I said above I have zero complaints.

FYI for more cool factor Spider-Man uses same laptop in newest film lol! Very good gaming laptop.

Yes you can pay less for a desktop and or build a better desktop for yourself but that is NOT portable and do you have the knowledge and time to do that yourself. I can game / edit or whatever at my desk or on my lap. 10/10 from me.
Edited by: "mro2011" 3rd Oct

dc1004 h, 25 m ago

Where can I get that spec for £999 - thanks



HERE
Comes to under a grand including all fees /delivery /import duty. Comes with one year international warranty.

For this kinda money I'd go for an Alienware laptop over this.

The panel in this is dreadful. It wouldn’t be acceptable in a laptop at half the price.

However, it’s very easy to swap out for a decent IPS panel for £50. Just a matter of unclipppng a few things - loads of YouTube guides available.
Edited by: "Marekj" 3rd Oct

I think the Lenovo Legion deal is better just less RAM but the increase in graphics, IPS screen and lower price make it worth it. I got 20% off after the Lenovo AIO deal was cancelled so got it £719

This has the specs of a gaming laptop, for under £1000 and with additional year John Lewis warranty this is good.

Cyberpower has one for £999 with a 1060, i7 and an IPS screen.

Bully3rd Oct

HEREComes to under a grand including all fees /delivery /import duty. …HEREComes to under a grand including all fees /delivery /import duty. Comes with one year international warranty.



I've been thinking about the 980m laptop posted on here but @ £984 I could bite on that. I do have one question - the company what are they like? I'm a little worried about importing a laptop if the cover is only for the USA for example. Any expierance with them?

Bully3rd Oct

HEREComes to under a grand including all fees /delivery /import duty. …HEREComes to under a grand including all fees /delivery /import duty. Comes with one year international warranty.

I... Might get this...
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